August 2014

In This Issue

Breakfast Binge

Pancakes, crêpes and waffles

Neighborhood Funkiness

The Appetite Repair Shop, CellarDoor and The Franklin


TV Guys Through A Different Lens

Their work was on-air; their passion is photography

Another Opening

Reviving downtown theaters

Read & Spin

Adventures On a Horse Named Sheriff

Riding the Audubon Park Trail

Confirmed Modernists

At home in Black Pearl

Fresh From the Garden

Bridging the distance from farm to table

Amazing Recovery

Incredibly, a model school system

In a Heartbeat

Keeping dry when you have to

Robotics in the Operation Room

The Loons of Lake Dunmore

Cold is Cool

Frozen granita with a kick

When Leadership Fails

Naming Black Pearl

Mary Alice Younger M.D.

Pediatric Obesity

Doctors In the House

Oyster Shells Recycled

Slush Fun

Frozen drinks in a pouch put Cordina on the map

Writing Healthy

Nicholas D. Pappas Jr. M.D.

Cardiovascular Disease

A Mayor called “Chep”

Nearly 70 years ago the city and its politics were about to undergo a dramatic change

August Vibes

Catching up with favorites

The “Louisiana Contemporary” Exposition

Ogden Museum of Southern Art Director William Andrews talks about the show and the future of Louisiana artists

Michael Marble M.D.

Medical Genetics

Julia Street

The Pursuit to Answer Eternal Questions

Andres Gonzalez

Making the move

Michael Hagensee M.D., Ph.D.

Infectious Disease

History On Trial

Another “Civil Rights” summer

New Orleans Best Doctors

The Latest Survey

Kathleen Moore, Ascending

A Heritage with an Ivory Touch

Moving On

Letting go of a house

Patricia Braly M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecology




Sheba Turk

Medical Ethics Louisiana-Style

Are our medical schools doing enough?